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   Fort Wayne News, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1900, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               1IVED SECURE IN WOMAN'S GARB. JTegro Murderer Evtdei tnw Sixteen Teurt, Dlsgalaed a Female. KANSAS CITY, Mo., JUaruk -negro who lias been liviug in Kansas City dfor many years dressed in woman's and known as Mollie Johnson, dlicd yesterday. Investigation by the cor- oner revealed that (lie supposed woman was William Jobustm, a noted murderer, far whom tho federal authorities of In- Territory have been hunting for six- iiecn years. According to the story of ilattie Robin. son, at whose houae Johnson died, ,John- committed, un nasault on a white girl at South Alister, Indian Territory, In JB64, and stabbed the girl's mother and ttree men while making his escape from a mob tkat was going tu lynch him, kill- ing all four. A few years ago she met turn on the street here nnd rGfugnized him 'in spite of his disguise. Ho begged her to betray him and nhe consented. the people among whom Johnson Jived always supposed that he was a woman, He had masqueraded in femtiln coslumt lor Pixtccn years and bis wool had grown long enough to braid, lie always kept his face smooth-ahaven. His features were joot unlike (hose of a woman and his -voice- woa thin. THE FORT WAYNE SATURDAY. MARCH 24, 1900. Situations Wanted. or work of any kind by tlic day by reliable lady. No. 0 Hight Si. 24-6t Female Help Wanted. Balesladies at Welkcr ft Nablo'x, 118 Colhoun street, Schmitz Block. girls, a cook and a sec- ond girl. Wages apiece. MBS. F. A. HAMILTON, S. W. Cor. lewis nnd Clinton Bis. 12-tf For Sale. I POB SALB-Small (twilling and. thrw lota on Riverside avenue. Thii prop- erty will be sold at a bargain. LENNABT 4 can place a number ol girls in good paying positions. Our ser- vices are free. Call at LADIES' EXCHANGE CO., 31 East Berry SI. Home Phono 233 Main. Male Help Wanted. ENGLAND CAN'T SPARE MONEY. Boer War Causes Delay in Building Chicago to Port Royal Railroad. SPRINGFIELD, 0., March Albert E. Booue, who has the to construct the, Black Diamond railroad from Chicago tuj'urt Uoyal, said to-day: "The commencement of the work 1ms been started by Hie. liuer war. Sir Thom- as laggard, of England, writes Hint it only waits upon the of the ivar, which he thinks not more than a couple of months in the future. While it is pending, England cannot send muney uut of the country. The lirst installment tho beginning of the work- is expected soon. It was my intention tu start the work at the northern tcnnimis, hut the others interested want it commenced at the sea end and that is the way if will be done. As it looks now. flic (leal will In: closed by :uid the construction delayed by (he war will lie pushed as Jrapidly an possible.'' active men to repre- sent large firm, capable managing branch business and employing others in various towns. per year, clear of expenses. Definite guarantee of per day from the, start to liououl energetic men. Permanent position and rapid promotion with old established house of highest repute. Factory Box 733, Phila., 3.3.4, FOB SALE-OR TRADE-80 acres, 8 miles, west of city on gravel road, 8- room dwelling, large barn, corn crib and granary, wood houae. Bummer kltckm and hen house; 12 acres timber, land well tiled; will take city property in part payment. LENNABT 4 ZORBAUGH. No. 81 Calhonn St., 2nd Floor. For FOB 7-rooin dwelling, full lot, on Gay street; gas and water. Price One-third. down, bal- ance on long lime. LENNART 4 20RBAUGH. FOK EOS, SALE-Beautifnl building lot on East Washington Street, near Clay 35x160 feet LENNART ZORBAUGH. JfOK dwelling on avenue, near Fairfield, gas and water, good cellar; lot 50x150; nlo shade trees. Price LENNART 4 ZORBAUGH. FOB cottage on Organ avenue, in flretclass condition. Can be bought on easy terms. LENNART ft ZORBAUGH. acres with 8-room dwelling, good barn, on Fairfleld ave- >ue. Price LENNART 4 ZORBACGH. I'OB have for sale, house and lot on Fairfield Ave., also 14 va- cant lofs at a bargain. BUSINESS EXCHANGE, 31 East Berry St. For SALE-Lot 40x160 opposite Restr- voir 1'aik. Beautiful dwelling lite. LENNAKT 4 ZOBBAUGI1. FOB SALE-100 ft. on East Columbia St Price if sold within ten days LENNART 4 ZORBAUGH. Home Phone 233 Main. K B. CEAPIN, Manager. Tri-Stala Building. BOB dwelling on Eillea street, gas and water; lot Price Can be purchased on monthly payments. LENNART 4 ZORBAUGH. tOS, modern residence, one acre ol ground, situated north ol Indiana School F. M. Y. Can b. pur. chased for less than cost. LENNAKT 4 ZORBAUGH. FOB SALE-8-room dwelling on Leitb street; lot 30x150; price Can be purchased on monthly payments ________LENNART ft ZORBADGH. Miscellaneous. They save you on every article of furniture and house goods. 188 Calhoun Si. THE ONLY all strictly pure sage m city at J. V. Uriea'9 Meat Market Cor. Ban- and Wayne. Choicest Meats m tho city. Miscellaneous. HAVE your Plumbing and Gas done by H. F. IJranko, who understands the business perfectly. Kine lint ol Bath Tubs. eSBarrSt 'Phone tli POB frame dwelling on W. DeWald St Gas and water, good cellar, lot 35x160 feet. New house and built in most substantial manner LENNART 4 ZORBADGH. 0-room house, o .East DeWald street. Lot 30x125. Go ami water. Price LENNAHT ZORBAUGH. Help Wanted. WANTED-Compctent stenographers; German scholar preferred. Call or ad- dress BUSINESS EXCHANGE, 31 B. Berry St. Phono 233 Main. and wife to do janitor work: good pay. Call at BUSINESS EXCHANGE, Over 31 East Berry St. Home Phone 233 Mate. E. .11. CUAP1N, Manager. FOB cotUge on South Broadway, gas and water, good bam, fruit trees. Price LENNART ft ZORBAUGH. and stenog- rapher, experienced. Vie also have openings for 5 harness-makers, 2 black- smiths, -I machinists, 2 metal-workers. BUSINESS EXCHANGE, 31 East Berry St. GIVEN A RIDE ON A RAIL. Chicago Man Enjoys Hi Experience anl Returns Thanks. COLUMBIA, Mo, March Fn of Chicago, representative nf a hchoo book establishment in that eilv, was rid den on a. rail by studeuls lasl'iiu-hl, am .scorned to enjoy the experience. Mr barber was invited to deliver an aildrci to the students at Paver's lintel. Scarce ly had hi: begun his discourse when the students made a rush for him, and in a twinkling lie was platted astride a rail Fabcr accepted the situation smilingly, and bowed gracefully to I he crowds drawn out by the event. uniting The students marched. through the streets, hut su.ui down when they observed the sangfroid with which the victim ifcaled the mutter. Finally tiring, the students released tabor -who politely thanked them for the splen- did advertisement they had gratuitously given the books hi! was handling. The laugh was nn the students. Wants. you want to money, see "ad" on fourth page, last column. Room 3, Arcade, up stairs. SOU lota in all parts of the city and at all kinds of prices. 11 you want a vacant lot, we can suit you. LENNART 2OKBAUGH. FOB house on West Wil- liams Street. All modern improvements, tot 48x160 feet, large bam. Price LENNART ft ZORBATJGH. FOB No. 14 West Ma ing west of tin bauk. Enquire of S. B. Bond at'the Old National bank. three-story building, street, tlurd build- Hamilton National FOB SALE-8-room dwelling on Wood- land avenue, with all modern improve ments, lot 36x150 feet. An elegan! home at a bargain. New house. LENNART 4 ZORBAUGH. WAONEB-B Pectoral Coughs and Colds, 25 and 50c a bottle at tho Wagner Drug Store, 35 Calhoun St. H. G. Sommers, -Propr. YOTT will do well to remember M. Bloom, i'uneral Director Eiubala- er, 107 Calhoun 8t Thoroughly nil- able and excellent service. Thone 3oi. EVEBYBOBY expects value received for his money. You always get it when you trade at C. F. ashling's Drug Store, ,Uor. Washington ami JJarr. fliscellaneous. WHEW Y01T have anything to of, call 'Phono. 020, or drop us a card and wo will call. We buy anything that has any value. Ubbine Co 39 E. Main St. No. 3 NOT a matter of conjecture, nut a maU tcr of fact that you know you have done the wisest and best when you buy your Groceries from Bcelig Bros. IOW and easy Rockers at Low and c prices, at the Pape i'-umituro Cfl.'s store, 20 to 30 East Berry SI. Just what eveiybody needs. PHOIO Buttons in all stylin and btautj at J. T. Hanneyer's Arcade Gallny. Must be seen to be appreciated. THE Wheeler ft Wilson, No. still takM the lead over all otheivlakmi. Buy itj try it, and you will stand by it, G. A. Koelinger, 101 Calhoun Ht LAUQH and grow fat, is an old axiom We recommend a good tonic at Geo Locsch's Drug Store, Cor. Wayne and Ban- Sis. THE TIME is at and most people will want Plumbing, Steam and Has Fitting. You better see Tompkinson Bros., 103 B. Calhoun St. BOB dwelling on Michi- gan avenue, lot 40x135. Terms, 1-3 cash, balance in building and loan. LENNART ft ZORBAUGH. FOB R corner ol Fairteld Ave. and Duryca St.; 100 ft. on Kair- fleid Ave; will divide to suit purchas- ers. For bargain price call on LENNART ZORBAUGH. furnish positions for all classes. Call at BUSINESS EXCHANGE, 31 E. Berry SI. EOB of SO acres near Wal- len; good orchard, 15 acres of timber. Prico LENNART ft ZOHBAUGH. POB farm of 300 acres, 10 miles rorth of city; two good dwell ings, large barns, granary, etc., plenty of water. Will take improved city property in trade. LENNAHT 4 ZORBAUGH. tOB house on 8. Hani son street; asphalt paving. All mod ern improvements, good barn, lot 30x 160. Price W.OOO. LENNART ft ZORBADGH. FOR 0-room dwelling on East Williams street. Modern provcmcnts. Lot. 25x150. Prico Sja 200.00, if taken at once. f.EN'NAUT Z011BAUGH. FOB residence on. West Third Blreet, lately remodeled; lot 50x 160 ft; beautiful shade trees and lots of fruit. Price LENNAHT ft ZORBAUOH. buy about 160 feet ol iron fence; must be very cheap; for Relief Union property. Leave offcra at Newa office. 31.13 For Rent. EENT-Jiicely furnished rooms. Apply SO Dan- slreel. Enquire third I'OB 74 Home avenue, 7- room dwelling, gas and city water. Owner lias moved out of city. Small amount down, balance on monthly pay. Ulrnts. LENNART 4 ZORBAUGH. lloor. w-s-p FOB room and Hat No. uO Harrison street. Emjuirc of S. li. Bond at tho Old National bank. POB SALE-Lot on West Creighton Ave., near Broadway, 42x153 ft. Price 11.100. LENNART ZORBAUGH. No. 81 Calhoun St., fcnd floor. FOB thrco-story buildinu, corner of Berry and Harrison streets] known as the Nindo block. Enquire of S. Tt. liond at the Old National bank. WHITE ASH BITTEBS-Will reTieTc and cure constipation. It is the best tonic and blood, medicine on the mar- ket, and should be used daily for that filed feeling, which indicates bad'blood. Prepared only at the Postofficc Drug Store, 18 Harrison St., city KLINE DAVIS, Calhoun St., are doing a fine business in Pianos and. Organs. The celebrated Hirnball is very popular and liked by tho people. SIDEBOABDS, Bedroom Scte, at ,1. Jll. Miller's Furniture Store, 60 and 52 ISast Main St. Lowest prices ever heard of Sec them. WALL PAPER-SCO Ulo Wg Ncw designs, new colorings. All kinds and prices. Plenty to SELECT from. SU1U3 to please you at L. 0. Hull's, 00 Cal- houn St. SOME of the Clothiers advertise some of them off and some Our ad is honest goods and prices. The Mode Shoe and Clothing House, 5 Bast Main St., opposite new court house. Off, off. honest THE BEST Teas and Coffees "in the world at H. P. W. Brinkroegert Gro- cery Store, 48 Harrison St. Send and get the best of everything. Thone 1110. W YOU WANT Your Laundry washed with pure distilled water, take it to Banner Laundering Co, 227 Calboiui St. It is first-class. THE town talk, what great bargains n Millinery goods at Mrs. G. j. Erick- son's, 25 W. Berry Sr, line dress mat- ing parlors in connection. WE OTHERS FOLLOW. Just received a large consignment of clothing, gents' furnishing goods, boots and shoes. You can save 4flc on the by buying of Levy Bros..-88, S8V. and 00 Ban- St. OBEAT reduction of prices on Tailor- made Suits at John Rabus', 10 West Berry St., until Feb. 1st, 1800. Now is your opportunity. YOU WILL Consult your interestTby calling on Columbia Machine for Bicycle Sundries and Repairing. Best equipped shop in Northern la- diana. Jos. J. Staub, Proprietor. I'OB RALE-4 acres of land with good 6-room house, well, cistern and stable, 76 young plum trees, 30 cherries, goose- berries, dew berries and other fruit; one mile from city limits on good cravel road, ___ LENNART 4 ZORBAUGH. OHICAOO Carpet Rug Manufactory. Manufactures Hugs from old antt new carpets, scrape. Call at Cor. Wells and Superior Sis. Home Phone 282. H and S. Springer. FOB BENT- Three-story brick building, corner Calhoun and Jjewis streets. For particulars call on LENNART ZOKUAUGH, 81 Calhoun St., 2nd Floor. FOB BENT-lf you want money on household goods, see "ad" on fourth page, last column, Room 3, Arcade, up stairs. j6_tf BADLY BEATEN VI BURGLARS. Brave Fight of a Kunkakee Septuagi narian Against Robbers. KANKAKKK, 111., March Adams. aucii 73 years, and his wife, ag. TO, arc in :i critical state as the result of a murderous assault upon them two at their home Thui-'dav Bight. Mr. Adams lately sold a farm ami wa believed to have considerable money in the house. He and bis wife sleep in ad- joining rooms. Mrs. Adams, who was uwakeucd by the burglars, was choked into insensibility. Her cries aroused her Iiusband, who knocked one of the men down before both came at him with a club and a iihair. Several years ago Mr. Adams lost an nyc. fu Thursday night's encounter a Mow was struck the remaining eve, and it is Moved he will be permanently Wind, lloth wore envercd with cuts and In-uiscs, and it is feared cannot survive Uio shock. The thieves abandoned their attempts to secure bootv am] escaped. The police say they Hint will in their apprehension. fOB No. 228 1'airlicld Ave., 100 Fairficld Ave., 40 Center St., :110 West Jefferson Bt, 144 W. Wayne St., Kooms No. West Superior St. -23 Urandriir St., 10 Madison St. Schra- (ler it Wilson, Xo. 7 Court St., 1st Floor. FOB boiler Insurance. Tornado insurance. Liability insur- ance. Elevator insurance. Firt insur- ance. Life insurance. Corporate bondL furnished to men in responsible posi- tions. LENNART 4 ZOHBAUGH. No. 81 Calhoun St., 2nd floor. SOB cottage on Flet- cher Avenue; price A rare bargain. LENNART 4 ZORBAUGH. "A CLOTHING STOBE IS "NEEDED IN have nice brick building for vent, at. reasonable figures; stone trimmings, plate glass front. No better opening for clothing i-lorc in Northern Indiana. II U Bar" bur. Larwill, Ind. 24-3t FOB, BEWT-Tiib three No. i4 West Main street, third build- ing west of the Hamilton National bank. I'iiiquiro of 8. Bond nt the Old National bank. FOB BENT-We make specialty of collecting rents, and if desired, will take entire charge of property, looking .after repairs and anything else thai may be needful. LENNAHT t ZOHHAUOII. No. 81 Cilhoun St. 2nd floor. Professional. I'OB 7-room dwelling on Bran drift street, price also 0- room dwelling on Brandriff street, price A 7 per cent, invest- ment. LENTMRT ft ZOEBAUGH. FOB lot, on Hoagland avenue; 00x270 feet; high and dry; near Creighlon avenue. Asphalt paved street. Trice LKNNART 4 ZORBAUGH. FOB pony harness, quire second door east of street, on Jefferson. FOB SALE OB building, 35 rooms, all modern improvements; ground 200x150 feet, on West Main St. Well adapted for boarding house, school or sanitarium purposes. Can be had at a bargain. LENNART ft ZORBAUGH. N'o. 81 Calhoun St, 2nd Floor. EVEBY FAMILY Should have a liaT stoi Still and drink tho purest of all waters. It is recommended by the best doctors in the U. S. Prevents and cures Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, lypuoid Fever anil many other diseases. In operated on.lop of cook stove without expense Johns, Bash Block, Sole Agent. TBY our Boston Creams, only lOc per Hi., at I. E. Fowler's Confectionery Store, 132 Calhoun St. Freeh every day. They cau't bo beat. Pansies, Sweet Peas, Slower, Garden and Lawn Grass Seed of W. D. Henderson, E. Colum- bia St. Phone 144.. THE OELEBBATED Peninsular Stovn lead all other makes. Tin and Roofing and Spouting at Freiburger McKeon's, 304 Calhoun Bt SHOES that look welli wear well, an the kind you always get at C. Schtoltr ft Son's, No. 8 East Columbia St All sizes of.Rubbers. TBENTBtAN SUPPLY CO, Lime, ment, Plaster, Lath; Fire Brick, Build- ing Stone, Sower Pipe, Adamant, Wall Master. No. 7 Calhoun St Phone 170. HEALTH is wealth. Get it by patronii iug Fisher's Fort Wayne Sanitarium 41 E. Berry St. Baths of all kinds. For ladies, with competent lady ANDBEW FOSTEB, 15 West Wayne St., baa tho largest and finest' assortment of imported and do- meatic Woolens in the city. Low prices. FOB dwellings on West Butler St. LoU 25x160 ft each. Prici 11.200 and LENNART 4 ZORBAUGH. FOB house on S. Wayne Avenue, gas and water, lot 30x119 feet, not far from Creighton Avenue. This house was built by owner and is firs class. Price LENNAKT 4 ZORBAUGH. FOR dwelling on West Williams street; gas and water, brick pavement. Price LENN.AItT ZOHBAUGH. STOP at the New Haj-mon Hotel. The traveling public mako'this hotel their choice. Opp. Wabash, Grand Rapids and Findlay depots. Excellent J-ablc, warm rooms. C. Newconcr, Prop BOOTS, Shoes, Overshoes nnd Rubbered money-saving prices, at Gustavo Cor. Jefferson and Broadway Low prices delight buyers. H. J. ASH- IS HEADQUABTERS FOB STOVES. le COLUMBIA ST. THE PEOPlTEi Popular" TaltorTSel Hardung, Cor. Clinton and Main Sts., has a very fine assurtment of goods on hand. Select a Dress Suit or nn Over- coat A. KALBACHEB, at 298 Calhomi St, is doing a Wee business in Flour, fttt and Grain. Try our choice branfe ol Minnesota Flonr. YOUB CLOTHES Mad. to took new at the Pantitorium, 18 Arcada Bldg. Goods called for and delivered Phone 405. WiUJfLScaatling. Mgr NEW B1BB01TS, Corsets, Ho- sicry, Underwear, etc., at. C. J. Wei- ker's, 118 Calhoun St. FOB 38x150 ft, comer Homi and Indiana avenue. LENNART ft ZOliBAUGH. BARON DE CHRISTIAN! FREE. fardonel by President Loubet, Whom He Assaulted Last June. 1'AKIS, March dc Chris- iiani, who assaulted President Lunlwl at the Antcuil niii! and was In four imprisonment, has been nar- doncd. Christian! uas also a wit-ness in the royalist trials. The as.iaull President U'llbet was made un June -I last. When the prscidciil heard the smli'im- pro. nomii-cd he that four vears wguld paw quickly, that 4c intended pardon the hai-on If was reported Uubcl was anxious to parilim (lirialiani, but was ovcn-iited by the enbinef. I'nviili-ul I.I.IIM -miicd ill .Mniilrlimni- yoiiti'i-ilny. SMASHES HIS CHILD'S SKULL. JCansos Farmer Wields a Heck Yoke with Murderous Intent. DR T. H. McCOBMICK, M. D.. Kooms 1 and 2, White's Bank Block Fort Wayne. Ind. Home Telephones: Office, 184; real 291 South. Office hours: I to 12 ra., 1 to 5 p. m. Sunday, 2 to p. in. DE. B. QABD, SPECIALIST Special diseases of MAN and WOMAN ORIFICIAI. SURGEHY of either rat Tmeses fitted and rupture cured: elfr tro therupeutic baths in chronic rhcn matiam, paralysis, locomotor prnnounced incurable diseases, i mice No. 13 West Wayne St.. Port Ind. Personal. ATTBACTIVE YOUNG WIDOW. SIO.UOO in money, .t'll.tllltl in properly! wants husband with business ability and ynod moral character. Address lln.v Slalinn O, Chicago, 111. 2-l-2p FOB arc Notaries Publi and are prepared to furnish deeds mortgages, contracts and all other lega documents pertaining to real estate LENNART ft ZORBAUGH. No. 81 Calhoun St., 2nd Floor. FOB SAilT lot on W. Main St Price Also agent for The Home Mutual Fire Ing. Co. of San Francisco, Cal. 23 Court St. VAL BOUHOJL FOB you want money on per sonal security see "ad" on fourth page, _ last column, stairs. Uoom 3. Lost. FOB SALE-Lot on East'w'ashington street, 45x150 ft. opposite Concordiu college. There are some improvements on this lot LKNNART ZOltHAUGH. FOB SALE-Lot 45x750 Wayne St. One of the most dcsirabln lots on the street. LESNART 4 ZORBAUGH. residence with all modem improve- ments; soft water for bath; lot lOOi 105 ft; large barn. Syp Hun avenue. l''or bargain price call on ZORBAUGH. FOB .frame house on Mc- Clellau street, lot 24x150. City water cistern water in kitchen, good cel- lar, natural gas for fuel. LENNART ZOHHAUGH. BOX, SALE-OR RENT-ModenTaVelT ing hi Lakeside, 10 rooms, all improve ments. LENNART ft ZORBAUGH. PERFUMERY, that fragrant, lasting and delightful, at Meyer Bros. St, Co.'s Drug Store, No. 9 Calhoun St. If you buy at Meyer Bros. 4 Cb.'s you'r al- ways satisfied. GBIFFITH'S HAKDWABE STOBE7 Special low prices on all ranges, cook graniteware and tinware. 110 Broadway. FOB dwelling on Master- son St., lot 33 1-3x150 feet. Will be sold cheap if taken nt once. _ _ LENNAHT ft ZORBAUGH. I'OB SALt-Business block on'soutb Calhoun St. Building 40x80 ft.; lot 160 ft deep. This property is very desira- ble for light manufacturing purposes. ____ LENKART ft ZOEBAUGH. FOR house on West Wil- liams street; gas and water: brick pivemeiit Price LENNART i ZORBAUOH. THE MOST beautiful designs of Wall Paper in the city at Fred Kreibaum's, 82 Barr St. Try this place before buy- TAILOB-MADE Suite and at G. Schmidt's, 57 E. Berry St. Prices lower than for ready-made goods, and suits and overcoats fit perfectly. TJUDIira MATEBIAL of all kind, at Jncob Klett 4 Sons' at lowest Bring your estimates and save moan. Oof. Ewing and Pearl Sto. PATBONIZE City Mills is one. Making the finest Flour on earth. Try our choice brands and you will always use them. FOB DYEING, Cleaning clothes; etc? go to Gust Slmhert, 65 E. Main Bt. The only Electric Dyer in tie dty. Your clothes made to look good as new. CASSO 4 SONS waf furnish Musio for Balls, Parties, etc. Harp and Violiia a specialty. Also harp, with full or- chestra. Residence, 42 LaSalle St THE LADIES of Fort WaynTarToi' lighted with the elegant line of Haii Goods at Miss K. C. Rodenbeck'i Calhoun St. THE NEWEST. Nobbiest and" Date Furniture House is W. J. ft Son. Largest stock, lowest Court St, 58-60 CUntin St BOOKS, Stationery and School Supplie. at Chas. Stellhoni's, 146 Calhoun St., at remarkably low prices that you will heartily appreciate. IE YOTJ WANT Hardware, Cutlery, Tools, Romarys, Gotgltin 4 Ce. bavi tho right goods at the right prices. See them at 25 E. Columbia St THE LADIES' Emporium, CalhounSt., opp. O. B. Fitch, are showing the finest line of Ladies' Wrappers, Shirt Waists, Tea Jackets and Skirts in the city. FOR dwelling on floag- land Avenue; gas, water, electric lights, asphalt pavement; lot 40x173 feet. A bargain. LENNART 4 ZOHBAUGH. THE FOBT WAYNE NOVELTY ADVERTISING CO. Everything in Rubber Stamps and Stencils at re- markably low prices. Examine goods nt Arcade Bldg., Second Floor. A FINE LINE of TronT 52.50 to at L. G. Henry's, 249 Calhoun St. Best values for the money in the city. THE WAYNE 40 East Columbia St., still takes the lead for fine Rubber-Tired Buggies and Car- riages. Their elegant line of Sleighs have no equal. C. F. BEINXENSMEIEB, 124 Broad- way, headquarters for good things to cat. Fresh Eggs and Sweet Butter al- ways ready for you. Try our Mocha and Java Coffee. THE BANDALL PANY are the pioneer dealers in Jii- cycles. All tho best Bicycles at cheap prices. All kicils work. 31 West Berry St. THE EMPLETslSSoB is the Wayne Hotel Barber Shop. Alwaya the bast- Try it and you will say no. Finest Bath Rooms in the city. C. K Baker EttESH Country Sausage every Souder ft Son's, 20 W. Main St Try our Fresh Groceries, fine Teas and Cof- fees. cairt bo beat. 'Phone 547. E F. KAAO is making special prices on China, Glass and Quecnsware Lamps and Chandclicres. The best and Cheapest house in Fort. Wayne. No. 0 West Columbia St FOB 670 South Broadway, lot 50x292 ft., 7-rooin frame dwelling, furnace, sewerage, city watcs and gas, shade trees, shrubbery and fruit. Beau- tifn] dwelling, tint LENNART 4 ZORBAUGH. LOST A Mark lnu will be rewarded by returning the lo Callinuii slreel. U MRS. M'KINLEY ILL WITH GRIP. Mistress of the White House Confined to Her Room by the Disease. _ KIXJKIITOX, Kan.. Man-l, a fartiier living near Media Kan., called al the home nf his law, .laliu-s Waddcll, four mile... mirth ficrc. abiiut r, o'clock yeslcrday aflernooii, Md demanded nf hi., wife, from whnu, he M-in-h -J Me Me has been separated K......v nil, jposmwniun nf one nf their children. TO her refusal In Kivc up child he -rip srized a ncr-kynke nnd smaahed I he lil.tlr skull. Ciirinonl- then lied. 'I'he i.Unl fflicrilf nud a arc after him. i li nieil dully ilrive the ei'llditinii. is n SOB SALE-Mne building lot on" Eal Wayne street, west of Uarmcr; -15il6 feet. I.KNNART 20KUAUCJI1. NTo. 81 Callioun St., 2nd door. FOB SALE OB ctle, Ind. Will trade for any old thing What have you to offer. Address this ollicc. FOB 6-room cottage- lot 28x160 ft, on Hast Tnber street. Can bo purchased on monthly payments: price LENNART ft ZOR11AUGH. FOB SALE-fl lota on llarnetl avcmns, near Spy Rim avenue. All in one piece 300 ft. front, 160 ft deep. Good apple orchard on premises; would pre- fer lo Roll entire piece to one party. 1.KNXAHT ZOHHAUO1 Honey to Loan. up, at from 6 per cent to 6% per cent. The rate of interest will depend on tho amount of loan and security given. Also buy, sell or exchange real estate. Choice farms exchanged for city prop- erty. S. FRKISTOFFKR, __ Rooms 10 and 20, Bank Block. KOHEY several sums ranging from ?500 to which we. can loan ,t reasonable rates of interest upon approved security. LENNAItT A ZORBAUQII. No. 81 Calhoun St., 2nd floor. EVERYTHING- in 'the Millinery Line" at Mrs. N. B. Eowe's Millinery Store, at prices the ladies. Call at 34 East Berry St and examine our elegant line. CABOMELS, Chocolates and pure and fresh every day, at A. C. Au- reutz' Candy and Confectionery Store. Always welcome at A. 0. Aurentz' West Berry St. DBEESED and Undressed Poultry al Ankenbnick Potthoff's grocery, 126 East Washington St. Also Fresh Country Produce and Choice Fresh Groceries. Always welcome. BED CEDAB Shingles going higher on account of large supply being used for railroad tics. Order from Dicthcr Lum- ber Co. at once, 44 E. Superior St. GET YOUB Peed, Flour, Kran, Shorts, Middlings and Chicken Feed at L. J. Jordan's, 47 E. Columbia St. Also Pratt's Horse Food and Condition Pow- ders. .YQTJB CLOTHES made to fit forlhl least amount of money at Wm. Mcnze, 231 Calhoun. Try MenEc for your next Suit. THE CITY CABBIAGE ner Ban- and Main streets, are selling Buggies, Carriages, Phaetons, Surreys, Harness, etc., at a veiy low price. Put- ling on rubber tires a. specialty. THE South Side Wall Paper S. Callioun St., are well stocked with Wall Paper and Decorations. Room m Moulding and Window Shades. -fid THE NEWEST and best of Shelf Hard- ware, Cutlery and Tools of all kinds at F. M. Smith ft Co.'s, 22 Calhoun St. Pee tho Eldrcdge Sewing Machine. (JET YOITBSELP a Fine Rocker, Side- board or Couch from J. Y. Shoaff ft Co., on monthly or weekly .payments 135 Calhoun St. THE I. X. L. Eating House! Best 'l6c Meals in the city. 20 East Main St. board and room, ?3.60 per week. Meal Tickets, 21 meals, LOUIS F. HOHSTMAN, Wholesale and" Retail Manufacturer of Buggy Tops and Cushions. For good goods and low prices this house has no emia] in the stale. 0 E. Superior St THE FINEST of Groceries Kohnnan's, 04 Broadway. Teas, Cof- fees, Canned Goods, Dressed Poultrv Can't be beat. Phone 58. SAMPLES given away at "Fred D. Ht ham's, 298 Calhoun St, Dyspepsia Tab- lets, Stomach Tablets, Kidney Tablets Johnson's are the best made. Try a free sample. WALL PAPEE, in all pattemT'and" de-' signs. Newest and latest always in stocl-, at. S. W. Hull's, 27 Clinton St. FINEST LINE of at Pcllcns ft Pouter's Drug Store. 1'ragrant, lasting and delightful. them. 04 Calhoun St. BANKE Ca'lhoun St. Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Cough Medicines, Prescriptions. We have them the best for you. Come and see us. BING UP 444 and E. Gilmartin will supply your wants with everything in the Lumber line at exceedingly low prices. Yard between Holman and Clinton Sts. ANNOUNCEMENTS. JUDGE CIBOTJIT COUBT? News: Please announce name as a candidate for judge of circuit court, subject to the decision of the democratic nominating convenlion EDWARD O'ROURKH. BEHLING- STEGNEB, Dry" Goods and Notions, Ladies' nnd Gents' Kur- nishing Goods, IJats nnd Caps, 103 Lafayette St IF YOU WANT first-class "plumbing, Mcam and Hot Water Heating. Gas Fitting, don't fail to consult Albert liolf, 120 to 122 Broadway. Phone 006. BING UP 764 Main. It's the Fort Wayne Steam Bye Works, and hav your Suits and Dresses Dyed and Dr. Cleaned.. -First-class work. 263 Cai houn St. THE COLUMBIA CANDY KIT CHEN. 02 Calhnun St., is a splendid place to get good, pure candies, fre.di PROSECUTING ATTORNEY. Mr. K. V. Emriek announces his cau- idacy for proscculinp atlovney, subject n the decision nf the democralio nnml. jtting eonvciitlon. This is his sccnnil term for n two-year otllcr. THE ORESCENT European Hotel, right in the center' of business. Excel- lent meals, warm rooms and first-class service. 14, 10 and 18 West Berry St REMOVAL-Miss liopp will remove her Art. Store from room fi, Arcade, to No. 70 Harrison street. lllfi Callioiui Sti, SIEMON WALL PA- PEB CO. Wall Paper at all prices. SPECIAL SALE KlihiilllllV. (he She, Slreel, every day. friends. Come and bring ycur J. A. WALKEK, tho Co-operative Por- trait Co., are showing the finest lino of Pictures anil Frames in Fort Wayne. Call at 30 East Wayne St. nnd seo our Crayon, Pastel, Oil nnd Water Colors. GET YOUB Wu cement, Plaster, T.ath, Sewer Pipe anil Building stone, No. 1 North linrr St. Not in the trust. Will save you money. ASK YOUB For Sleepy Kye Hour. Makes i IIP fluent bread mi carlli. Trnxell ,v Co., 112 llarr. agents. Teleiihntic 747. for Hour ALL AFPLIOTED With a long standing desulting from la gripp, or weak lungs, cr hemorrhages, should try my cough and lung syrup, an old Indian remedy, made of roots and herbs. It has never been known to fail Call at 36 Fairfield avenue. PIBE ou, agency three old line companies that have baen represented continuously u this eity for 30 years. Wh.n in ol nre insurance, remember LENNART 4 ZORBAUGH No. 81 Calhoun St, 2nd Boor. FBEE" DIS PENS AB Y! Open every morning from to o'clock. MEDICINES FHKK to the pool Tho diupcnsary is in the building of 'tin Fort Wayne College of Medicine, Inn West Superior street. Patients too slel So come to the dispensary will bo visittr, at their homes. Dispensary in cliarcc M _________DISPENSARY STAFF. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. Two residence properties on Bracken ridge, 8-room house on Hugh and S loom house on BuUcr street. 'Join >arta city from to Monpv to loan on farm or cily property. Aocn'i or Flrn Insurance. 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